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Joseph Mallord William Turner (Londres, 23 de Abril de 1775 - Chelsea, 19 de Dezembro de 1851), foi um pintor romântico londrino, considerado por alguns como um dos precursores do Impressionismo, em função dos seus estudos sobre cor e luz. Pintor londrino, que assistiu ao apogeu do domínio britânico nos oceanos do século XIX, Turner terá sido especialmente influenciado durante a sua infância pela paleta cromática das margens do Tamisa antes de, já na adolescência, ter experimentando a…

Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to choose a favoured work from a fellow artist currently on display. Here, artists Shirana Shahbazi and Raphael Montanez Ortiz discuss J.M.W. Turner’s Colour Trials sketches.

Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to choose a favoured work from a fellow artist currently on display. Here, artists Shirana Shahbazi and Raphael Montanez Ortiz discuss J.M.W. Turner’s Colour Trials sketches.

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Turner, J.M.W. (1775-1851) - 1839 The Fighting Téméraire t… | Flickr

Joseph Mallord William Turner's father, a barber and wigmaker, realized his son's artistic talents early, asserting that "my son is going to be a painter." Before enrolling in the Royal Academy, Turner gained some drawing experience in the offices several of London's leading architects. He first exhibited watercolors of architectural subjects and then experimented with scenes from literature and scenery designs for operatic productions. In his early twenties Turner's focus changed to…

Old master drawings: James Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) The Transept of Tintern Abbey

A selection of works on paper by some of the world's greatest artists which will be on display at Oxford's Ashmolean museum to mark its 330th birthday